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    Police begin searching for William Tyrrell in new bushland area....video at link!

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    They aren't giving up, that's good. I so hope they find something - anything - that will crack this case wide open.

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    Tyrrell search zone 'very specific'


    Perry Duffin

    Australian Associated Press 27 June 2018

    Police are convinced someone in the tiny NSW mid-north coast town of Kendall knows more about the disappearance of William Tyrrell than they're letting on as authorities focus on a dwindling group of potential suspects.

    For the past fortnight, police have been searching bushland behind the Kendall home on Benaroon Drive from where three-year-old William vanished in 2014 as he played outside in the garden.

    But on Wednesday, forensic teams zoned in on a "very specific" patch of bushland about four kilometres from the primary search after detectives unearthed information relating to persons of interest in the case.
    The new smaller search is about 800 square metres in size and a six-minute drive from William's foster grandmother's home.

    It is expected the second search, which is looking for foreign items and "exhibits" relating to William's disappearance, will wrap up on Thursday or Friday.

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    Nothing much to report,William is still missing and Speddo is still trying to sue the DailyMail,I think his Victorian court case comes up soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dingo [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Nothing much to report,William is still missing and Speddo is still trying to sue the DailyMail,I think his Victorian court case comes up soon.
    I know this disappearance has been going on for a very long time. I do not know much about it, but am very saddened by it. I need to read up on it.

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    He has been missing for 4 years now Jani,its a very long and twisted case,I dont know if they will ever find him sadly.

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    17th of August for the Victoria cases,7 historical charges against Spedding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dingo [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    He has been missing for 4 years now Jani,its a very long and twisted case,I dont know if they will ever find him sadly.
    Is the general consensus that he is no longer alive? Such a sweet boy and am so sorry for what his family is going through.

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    Poor little sweet boy .

    Speddo needs to be come clean about everything, not holding my breath!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jani [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Is the general consensus that he is no longer alive? Such a sweet boy and am so sorry for what his family is going through.
    I dont believe he is still alive,not after all this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryjane [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Poor little sweet boy .

    Speddo needs to be come clean about everything, not holding my breath!
    Me either,the million dollar reward is still sitting there,even that hasnt helped.

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    I thought I started a thread here for this case but that must have been elsewhere,I will update it here,at one time some thought the toddler in the suitcase could have been William.


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    Daniel James Holdom appeared in the the NSW Supreme Court Tuesday morning, a week before he was due to face trial, to enter a guilty plea for the murder of Karlie Pearce-Stevenson and Khandalyce Pearce.
    Appearing via video link in a green fleece jumper, he said the words ‘guilty’ twice after being asked if he was responsible for the double murder, Daily Telegraph reported.
    Strike Force Malaya officers, including officer in charge Detective Sergeant Darren Gunn, embraced and shook hands following the guilty pleas.


    He stepped on the young mother’s throat and crushed her windpipe before photographing her body and leaving it in the forest.
    Photos taken that day were years later found by a woman known to Holdom on an SD memory card.

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    Still a creep and still a major POI in Williams disappearance...

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    Wow! I suppose f they don't have the hard evidence to charge or hold him, then they can't. Here's hoping they can get that evidence soon, because I do believe he is involved in William's disappearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryjane [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Wow! I suppose f they don't have the hard evidence to charge or hold him, then they can't. Here's hoping they can get that evidence soon, because I do believe he is involved in William's disappearance.
    He is somehow tangled up in it,I would bet my bottom dollar on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dingo [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    He is somehow tangled up in it,I would bet my bottom dollar on it.
    I so agree. Even if he isn't directly responsible, he's part of the whole slimy ring of pedos that do know.

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    The two lead homicide detectives on the William Tyrrellcase are set to undertake conflict resolution training after a heated argument got out of hand.

    The officer-in-charge of the case, Det*ective Sergeant Craig Lambert and Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin became involved in an altercation.
    Police sources say the men, both keen boxers with martial arts experience, got into a heated disagreement during an operational briefing.
    One officer told the Daily Telegraph the men took ‘hold of each other’, while another said papers were thrown to the ground as fiery words were exchanged.
    The argument comes after an extensive three-week search for Tyrell in early July, which ended with a plan to put the case before the coroner’s court.






    Neither have placed an official complaint regarding the incident, though officials say preventative measures are being put in place anyway.
    ‘NSW Police Force is managing a conflict resolution process following a verbal disagreement between two officers during an operational briefing,’ a police spokesman said.

    ‘As passion for the job is an *imperative trait for a detective, *robust workplace disagreements are not uncommon.’
    Both inspectors are well-respected within the police force and are known for being tenacious when handling cases.
    They were discussing the Tyrrell case when the alleged altercation happened.



    William was born on June 26, 2011, and has been missing since he went missing from his foster grandmother’s front yard in September 2014.
    No trace of him has been seen since.
    With a $1million reward attached, Detective Chief Inspector Jubelin has repeatedly said he was confident of finding the person responsible for William’s disappearance.







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    I can imagine things get tense...and I can't help but wonder what the disagreement was about!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryjane [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    I can imagine things get tense...and I can't help but wonder what the disagreement was about!
    I think the dispute might have been about taking the case to the coroner,I dont think Jubes is ready to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dingo [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    I think the dispute might have been about taking the case to the coroner,I dont think Jubes is ready to do that.
    Ahhh, that's probably it. I just hope they can develop a strong enough case to prove what happened to little William.

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    On the fourth anniversary of William Tyrrell's disappearance, NSW Police has confirmed it will refer the case to the coroner.
    William, then three, vanished from his grandmother's home in Kendall, on the NSW Mid North Coast, on September 12, 2014 and has not been seen since, in a mystery that has captured the country's attention.
    A NSW Police statement overnight said an inquest before Deputy State Coroner Harriet Grahame into the case has been proposed to be held next year.
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    @dingo, by taking the case to the coroner, can we assume something in the way of evidence was found? I want so much for whoever is responsible for this tragedy to be charged and punished - maybe wishful thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinner [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    @dingo, by taking the case to the coroner, can we assume something in the way of evidence was found? I want so much for whoever is responsible for this tragedy to be charged and punished - maybe wishful thinking.
    I just hope they have enough to solve this,there is something about a burnt out car too,I will post a link when I can find a news story about it.

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    Thanks, Dingo! I take it your coroner/coroner's jury (?) is similar to what we call a grand jury or an inquest?

    Still clinging to hope for justice for William .

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryjane [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Thanks, Dingo! I take it your coroner/coroner's jury (?) is similar to what we call a grand jury or an inquest?

    Still clinging to hope for justice for William .
    I had to look at what actually happens when the coroner takes over.
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    Did the video work for you,Speddo has dyed his hair.

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    What happens when the Coroner is involved?

    The Coroner’s job is to find out the identity of the deceased person and the date, place, medical cause and circumstances of the person’s death. This will usually involve a number of investigations being carried out on the Coroner’s behalf by police, medical specialists and other experts.
    If you have information that may assist any aspect of the investigation, you should [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Alternatively, you may submit any information to us by [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    Unfortunately, a number of popular television shows perpetuate the myth that a cause of death can be established quickly and that the coroner can pinpoint the time of death precisely. Neither of these things is true. The reality is that a coronial investigation is both complex and lengthy. Whilst some cases may be resolved within a few months, the majority of cases take considerably longer, often up to twelve months and in rare instances, even longer.
    In cases where the incident that led to the death was unwitnessed, it may not be possible to be at all precise about the time or even the date of death.

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